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Implement HTTPS on Tomcat Server for Pega application

 
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We have an Tomcat App server and we are running Pega Course application on top of it, we would like to implement HTTPS for our application. I have been provided with CA certificate to implement HTTPS.

Process: To achieve this I have created a key store and I have imported the CA certificate into it and changed some configurations in server.xml file. I have also given Key store path and key store password. After restarting the server, I was able to browse the URL with HTTPS, but it is throwing an error saying "this certificate is invalid". As per my understanding, it is taking the key store private key certificate instead of CA certificate which is incorrect. Can some please advise me how to solve this issue.
 
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Did you receive a CA certificate (which would contain only a public key of the certificate authority) or did you receive a CA-signed certificate (which contains a private key that your application can use to sign server responses with)?
 
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You have to install both the public cert and the private key into the keystore as well as any higher-level certs that you may have been supplied by your CA.
 
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